Milan 2013: Dutch designer Frederik Roijé presents a tall outdoor heater shaped like a factory chimney in the Tortona district of Milan this week.
Frederik Roijé's SmokeStack is made from Corten steel, a weathered metal that provides a protective layer around the heater
"The shape of Smokestack refers to memories from the past, being a landmark and symbol of progress," said the designer.
Roijé also recently unveiled a piece of furniture for children combining a chair, table and lamp and a candle holder that resembles a piece of pipe sticking through the wall – see all design by Frederik Roijé.
We'll be in Milan all week hunting out the best design on show, including Studio Job's desk with a golden nose for a drawer handle and a skeletal chair by Nendo inspired by a stiletto heel.
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- Frank, Ettore and Toyo by Chris Labrooy
- Smart Highway by Studio Roosegaarde
- Swirling patterns top tables by Elisa St…rozyk
- Toyo Ito for Yamagiwa
- Furniture to last 300 years by Brikolör
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